Exploring small molecules that promote the poly rA self structure



Exploring the potential of high-throughput solid-phase microextraction for analysis of prohibited substances in urine, plasma, blood and saliva
Gorynski, K.; Reyes-garcés, Nathaly; Boyacı, Ezel; Rodríguez-lafuente, Angel; Bessonneau, Vincent; Bojko, Barbara; Pawliszyn, Janusz (2015-03-08)
Exploring the Role of Social Anhedonia in the Positive and Negative Dimensions of Schizotypy in a Non-Clinical Sample
Cihan, Burcin; Saka, Meram Can; Gonüllu, Ipek; Ozel Kizil, Erguvan Tugba; Baskak, Bora; Atbasoglu, Esref Cem (Turk Noropsikiyatri Dernegi, 2015-9-17)
Introduction: The present study aimed to investigate the role of social anhedonia, defined as the lack of ability to feel pleasure from interpersonal relationship, in a multidimensional model of schizotypy and to determine the psychometric properties of the Turkish version of Chapman's Revised Social Anhedonia Scale (SAS) in a non-clinical sample. Methods: Second-grade students of Ankara University Medical Faculty were recruited (n=266, Mage=20.28). Confirmatory factor analysis was performed to test schi...
Investigating the Interactions of Poly(A)-Coralyne in Crowded Environments and the Effect of DNA Methylation on DDD-Lysine and DDD-Arginine Interactions
Suvacı, Zeynep; Persil Çetinkol, Özgül; Department of Chemistry (2022-1)
Poly(A) tail is an essential determinant of mRNA stability and maturation and is required for translation initiation. Small molecules recognizing poly(A) tails might interfere with mRNA processing. Hence, they have the potential to act as therapeutic agents. Coralyne (COR), a strong poly(A) binder, is shown to induce the formation of a stable, double-stranded poly(A) self-structure under dilute solution conditions. Although studies in dilute solutions are very informative, they do not necessarily reflect DN...
Exploring the Multidimensional Structure of Sensory Processing Sensitivity in Turkish Samples
Şengül İnal, Gülbin; Sümer, Nebi (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2020-02-01)
We compared alternative models to explore the multidimensionality of the Highly Sensitive Person Scale (HSPS; Aron and Aron 1997) on two Turkish samples. Using exploratory factor analysis, first study (N = 412) yielded four factors representing diverse domains of sensory processing sensitivity (SPS). Using both traditional confirmatory factor analysis and exploratory structural equation modeling (ESEM), a second study (N = 341) confirmed the multidimensionality of the HSPS, and demonstrated that the four-fa...
Exploring Marine Microbial Community Structure Using 16S rRNA Amplicon Sequencing: First results to understand their role in the oligotrophic marine ecosystem
Küüçükavşar, Selin; Karahan, Arzu; Arkın, Sinan (2017-07-13)
Biogeochemical cycle, biotechnology or basic researches done by standard methods (culturing) provide biased and limited information. Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) platforms are the best tool that uses culture-independent approaches and thus provides data related to the microbial genetic diversity, while the organic matter produced by marine plants (photosynthesis) sinks to the bottom of the sea, some are exposed to decomposition by bacteria that ...
Citation Formats
Ö. Persil Çetinkol, “Exploring small molecules that promote the poly rA self structure,” 2006, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/84146.